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CBS
Nov 15, 2009 11:00pm EST
.a. hospital. that was an honor on veterans day. >>> coming up on bjz tonight. president obama makes his very first trip to china, coming up on wjz. why it could be the most important on his trip to asian. >>> police now taking a break in the search for a missing carolina girl. >>> a child is pushed into a running washing machine by his own brother, we'll tell you how he got out safe. >>> the holiday shopping season is fast approaching. more on what retailers say you can expect. >>> i'm meteorologist bernadette woods, after a warm day today, we do have a cooldown coming in today. the cool weather is going to continue, we'll tell you for how long coming up on our first warn forecast. for a short time, dunkin' donuts has something the whole gang will love -- six fresh, delicious donuts for just $3. affordable treats to share with friends, family, and co-workers. grab six donuts for only $3 today. america runs on dunkin'. >>> for the first time president obama touched down in china today. today katherine brown explains for wjz the leaders are planning to discuss the threat of nuclear weapons ove
CBS
Nov 24, 2009 11:00pm EST
on terror. >>> the future for soldiers working in afghanistan was the subject of president obama's speech yesterday. he is determined to quote finish the job and destroy the terrorist networks working in the region. military officials are expecting an increase of any where from 32 to 35,000 troops next year. president obama says he's very confident the american people will give him their support. >>> police search for a man accused of shooting his girlfriend. 4-year-old jeffrey newborn surrendered to police. he shot his girlfriend, her name is not being released but she is expected to survive. the woman's children attend two near by schools which were put on lock down during the search. police do not know what led to the shooting. >>> black friday is the annual hunt for deals but the search turned deadly last year when shoppers trampled a man to death. now that death is prompting many retailers. kelly mcpherson explains what retailers are doing to keep shoppers safe here. >> reporter: retailers are asking to put safety first. >> reporter: the promise of a door buster bargain. >> we're get
CBS
Nov 25, 2009 11:00pm EST
to address excessive rust on the frame. >>> the turkey can thank the obama girls. courage was headed to a thanksgiving table. in fact, the president said, quote, i was planning to eat this sucker, end quote. when sasha and malia made sure the bird was pardoned. >> you are hereby pardoned. [ laughter ] you will live in disneyland. >> president obama continued with the annual tradition of pardoning a turkey on thanksgiving day. it goes back to 1947. >> don't bite me. >> girls aren't so sure about that. >>> all right. white house crashers, a wealthy virginia couple hobnobs with the who's who at the obama state dinner, but they were not on the guest list. what the secret service is saying tonight. >>> lost and found, a new york teen disappears only to be found on a subway train, a train he road for 11 days. why he never got off, next. >>> as you lace up the shopping shoes, area businesses are getting ready for the rush. i'm jessica kartalija. >>> i'm bob turk, a complete first warning forcast coming up next. >>> it is 45 degrees with patchy fog in central maryland right now. >>> rescue w
CBS
Nov 3, 2009 11:00pm EST
. >>> republicans won the offices of lieutenant governor and mayor. >>> president obama made campaign appearances in both new jersey and virginia. in exit polling, the majority of voters say the president was not a factor in their vote, instead the state of the state's economics. >>> there is $152 million reason for the state to celebrate tonight. that's $152 million from a cruise industry in baltimore. wjz is live downtown, kai jackson explains that baltimore is becoming a vacation port. >> reporter: now baltimore has broken its own record for cruise passengers, 123,248 passengers set sail from baltimore at the end of october. >> i had a lot of friends who like to go on cruises, some of them actually go out of baltimore. >> reporter: five cruise lines, set sail from baltimore. 50 cruise lined have docked in baltimore. next year that number is expected to be 92, fairing some 165,000 passengers. >> there's a real attraction to saving on air fare and driving to the port, rather than flying and having to spend money on that air fare. >> reporter: the fact that cruise business is up this year in balt
CBS
Nov 14, 2009 11:00pm EST
that was never passed on. president obama is urging congress to hold off on hearings until law enforcement and military finished their investigation. >> if there was a failure to take appropriate actions before the shootings there must be accountability. >> reporter: the investigation was far from the minds and hearts of the victims' loved ones on this day of mourning. they said good-bye to amy kruger, who vowed to single- handedly take on osama bin laden. 19-year-old aaron nemelka, acken eagle scout who joined the army last year. all soldiers willing to give their lives to their country never anticipating the enemy could be wunsch their own. -- one of their own. >> and juanita wawrman was killed and leaves behind five children and eight grandchildren. in afghanistan, a contractor, chris coughlin from maryland, has been killed. the 41-year-old was en route to investigate an i.a.d. blast when a vehicle he was in struck another i.a. d. he was a member of the army reserves. he died just one month shy of his 42nd birthday. >>> tonight, guantanamo bay prison has fewer inmates. one detainee wa
CBS
Nov 16, 2009 11:30pm EST
after president obama spoke with students. one student asked whether the social siting should be allowed. president obama said leaders should stop censoring some web site, saying a free flow of information makes for a stronger society. >>> it was the dominator against the zoid. after two years, dominique ozorio lost his fight against cancer, but today the dominator living on. kai jackson sat down with the family. >> reporter: a harvard county boy loses his battle with cancer, and his family is devastated. but through this comic, dominique ozorio lives on. a place normally fill with the laughter of children is replaced with a deathening silence. >> i held on hoping till friday. i mean he's my baby, he's my son. >> reporter: nicole's 7-year- old son dominique ozorio died friday. for more than two years, this brave little boy fought a courageous battle against brain cancer. >> he was a very great boy. he met people once and he had an impact on their life. >> reporter: nicole chose not to tell dominique he had brain cancer so he could live a life free of fear. >> i didn't want him to be scar
CBS
Nov 26, 2009 11:00pm EST
network admits they followed the two to the event. >> president obama has made it very accessible for anyone to visit the white house. you know the white house. >> reporter: at this point it's unclear whether the solahi's could be charged with trespassing. >> you still don't know what a couple that's uninvited is going to do when they get there. >> reporter: the secret service did not check if the two were on the guest list. the concern far exceeds a fauxpa. the secret service is reviewing policies and procedures and investigating if the couple can face any charges. >>> the president and the family hosted 50 guests at the white house. before the thanksgiving dishes were served, the president called servicemen and women stationed around the world. a feast was served in baghdad earlier today. more than a ton of turkey was served up and 800 pounds of sweet potatoes. a similar look in afghanistan. some thought it was tough to work in such a family oriented holiday. while some said it was a taste of home. >> i have twins i was hoping to be home with. but i'm here. >> it's about as clos
CBS
Nov 28, 2009 11:00pm EST
with president obama. the reality tv hopeful and her husband crashed the dinner that was hosted by the obamas. the secret service says it is deeply concerned and embarrassed that the officers never checked to see if that couple was on the guest list before letting them on to white house grounds. >>> well, if you've ever visited the festival of trees tonight, you are likely that you received an early holiday treat. sports legend cal ripken, jr., brought a little oriole magic to the event. cal told one of his favorite childhood stories "how the grinch stole christmas" to that audience there. for the last 20 years bushes have grown on the trees at the event. everyone from santa to its elves are celebrating the birthday this year. wjz is a proud sponsor of the festival of trees. for more information go to wjz.com and click on "local news." >>> still to come tonight a tragedy on the tracks. nearly 30 people are killed after a bomb is planted on train tracks in russia. >>> an unbelievable scene. an accident claims the life of several young people. >>> and the h1n1 controversy continue. a father now
CBS
Nov 10, 2009 11:00pm EST
in the audience. president obama spoke at the service reading off the names of the victims including one from maryland. >> lieutenant colonel juanita warman was the dot erin granddaughter of army veterans. she was a single mom who put herself through college and graduate school and served as nurse practitioner while raising her two daughters. she also left behind a loving husband. >> the president also went onto say and i quote "the killer will be met with justice." suspect nidal hasan is recovering from his injuries in a army hospital. reports did surface today that he was under investigation by the department of defense because of his contact with muslim extremist. those reports were quickly denied. >>> one of the greatest basketball players of all time reveals he has a rare form of cancer. kareem abduel jabar says was diagnosed with crone being myeloid lieu kemah. doctors told him his prognosis is encouraging. he has begun a campaign to bring awareness to the disease that afflicts 22,000 people in the united states. a former astronaut from maryland pleads guilty to reduced charges in her b
CBS
Oct 31, 2009 11:00pm EDT
. president obama and the first lady entertained 2,000 earlier today. the first lady was dressed as cat woman. the president said he's not dressing up but had chewbacca standing at his side as the two passed out candy and treats and yes, 2,000 visitors at the white house tonight. >>> we'll be right back. pothole: oh, did i do that? here, let me get my cellular out - call ya a wrecker. ...oh shoot...i got no phone ...cuz i'm a pothole...so....k, bye! anncr: accidents are bad. anncr: but geico's good. with emergency road service. ding!
CBS
Nov 1, 2009 11:00pm EST
obama's decision on the war. >> i will not participate in the november 7th elections. >> reporter: that all but guaranteed the current president will remain in power after saturday's run off vote. but casts further doubt on the legitimacy of a government already riddled with controversy. his supporters hope the results will eventually be thrown out and a new election to be scheduled for the spring. if u.n. officials decide to go ahead with the election, carzite spokesperson insists it will go off without controversy. u.s. commander general has asked for 40,000 more to prevent the taliban from making afghanistan their haven once again. the president is still weeks away from making a decision, and that's not sitting well with republicans. >> the longer this decision hangs, the more jeopardy, the more danger our troops in the ground there are in the middle of. >> reporter: october ranked as the deadliest month for american troops in afghanistan. 68,000 more have been ordered to report there by the end of the year. katherine brown,wjz eyewitness news. >>> we should know more about the
CBS
Nov 2, 2009 11:00pm EST
jersey and incumbent joe corzine has welcomed president obama to his campaign five times. the president also campaigned for virginia cay deeds, right now he is trailing republican bob mcdonald. >>> holiday season is fast approaching, if you're planning to travel out of town, be prepared to spend big bucks. getting out of town is getting more expensive. wjz is live at marshall edward right now. whether your driving or flying you're going to play more this year. >> traveling this holiday season will be a costly proposition. whether by road or air, the cost is going to be up. that means you will be spending a lot of money. >> reporter: if there's no place like home in the holidays, then why do we leave in the first place. the simple answer is to see family and friends. yet the high cost of traveling this year could cause many to scale back. >> i won't fly any where for the holidays. >> the fees, they are silly. >> reporter: flying is becoming a drag for many travelers. a tough economy means the airlines have fewer planes in the skies, that means fewer seats that cost you more money. many
CBS
Nov 4, 2009 11:00pm EST
suffered he at the hands of barack obama senior. they are part of his book which was released today. >> my father beat my mother and beat me, okay. you don't do that. okay. i feel uncomfortable saying that but it is true. >> and it was this third which after divorcing the president's mother. he has been living in china for seven years and will see his half brother within the president visits beijing this month. a white house spokesperson declined to discuss the relationship. >>> the ipod is not the perfect product. there is a serious problem with a handful of ipods and a woman who said herself. >> reporter: and ask anyone about their ipod, i love it. ky not live without it. >> it is great. >> housed do you use it. >> every minute, it is great. and it caught on fire. >> what did she say? >> it was on fire. >> and she has an amazing story, snap, cracklele and pop. caught on fire. >> it caught on fire? >> yes. >> the executive said that flames shot out of her older generation n. a no while it was charging. i ran tut and put it on the grill, on the grill. >> dy -pbt no he with where to put
CBS
Nov 5, 2009 11:00pm EST
. >> reporter: president obama expressed his condolences for the victim of what is believed to be the worse mass shooting in history at a u.s. military base. general cone says there's no evidence right now of anyone being targeted specifically. and a motive is still under investigation. fort hood is no longer in lock down, and the base will observe a day of mourning on friday. los angeles, i'm terry okita. >> thank you very much terry. >> now complete coverage with kai jackson, he is live with more on the suspect's background and how maryland bases are reacting. >> reporter: killing 12 people is an act of violence that denies reason. the man responsible is someone who is psychiatrist with strong ties to maryland. the suspected shooter in the army base murders is major malik nedah hasan. hasan was born in virginia, is a 1987 virginia tech graduate, has a medical degree which he obtained in bethesda and is a single man with no children. those stationed at the army base are stunned. >> you're in the army to serve your country and do your job, not to hurt other people. especially your brothers or yo
CBS
Nov 7, 2009 11:00pm EST
will reform health care for america in the house of representatives. >> reporter: president obama did his part with a rare trip to the hill and an appeal from the rose garden. >> now is the time to finish the job. >> reporter: but all 177 house republicans stand united against the bill. >> we'll raise premiums, increase taxes, cut billions from medicare and cost millions of working americans their job. >> reporter: outside the capitol, gop lawmakers and hundreds of conservatives rally to voice her opposition. many in this crowd say the 1.2 billion dollar bill is too expensive and take as way basic freedoms. >> it's the idea that they know better than we do how to run our lives, and we're too stupid to figure it out. >> reporter: most lawmakers are in favor of health care reform. how to get it done remains a bitter standoff. late friday night, democrats added restrictions that prohibit federal insurance funds from being used for abortions. >> that was kathryn brown reporting. i'm getting in new information. once again, the health care reform bill has passed the u.s. house. all of maryland's rep
CBS
Nov 11, 2009 11:00pm EST
president obama helped place a wreath on the tomb of the unknowns at arlington national cemetery, he visited graves of those who fought in iraq and afghanistan. at the memorial, families shed tears, remembering those who gave lives in service and those who serve who have since died. >>> and an investigation at ft. hood, where investigators say an army psychiatrist went on a shooting spree, killing 13 fellow service members. tonight, they were allowed in his apartment. more from washington. >> reporter: one item inside nadal hasan's apartment that could be tied to the mass shooting he is accused of committing at ft. hood. plastic packages from a laser max. a laser guide attachment for a handgun. the price is still on the package. the rest of the apartment is messy, but fairly pedestrian. there is a book called dreams and interpretations, and a book, colds, cough medicines, nail clippers on the sink. the refrigerator is almost empty. but there are lots of clothes in the shelves, even a fresh load of clothes there. the apartment looks like he was going to return. but he was not back since thurs
CBS
Nov 29, 2009 11:00pm EST
. >>> the obama administration is taking new efforts to turn around the mortgage crisis. it'll target home mortgage companies that are lagging behind on making loan modifications. the steps are aimed at stopping the rate of foreclosures. >>> well there are some high tech gifts on the horizon this holiday season. this year the web is serving as a resource. there's a new iphone application that will search for the best place on an item in your neighborhood and then direct you to the store. >>> and with the holiday shopping season under way, maryland's tourism office is trying to get more people to shop on main street instead of in the shopping malls. tim williams has more. >> reporter: it is a tiny taste of the season. and of small town america. >> we're all mom and pop independent operators. sort of the soul of economy. >> reporter: the items are eclectic, and the stores quaint. they are the main street communities being showcased this holiday season. >> kind of like in miniature you might say. >> everything is unique. in the malls, especially the big stores, everything is the same. here yo
CBS
Nov 8, 2009 11:00pm EST
. >> reporter: but lawmakers are working under a tight deadline. president obama said he expects a final bill on his desk by the end of the year. sunday the president urged senators to act quickly and decisively. >> it falls on the united states senate to bring this effort to the finish line on behalf of the american people. >> reporter: what the bill will look like once it gets there is anyone's guess. katherine brown. >> all of marylands representatives voted for that bill except for 2 western maryland republican roscoe bartlett. >>> today's beautiful weather it was a great time to get out and enjoy the day that's exactly what a lot of people did attending the 30th annual greek heritage fess tiferl. they had great weather for this today. plenty of food, fun and music for everyone. great weather to sit out there and eat as well. >>> meanwhile some families are finding it harder and harder to put food on their table. that's why the maryland food bank is teaming up with the baltimore ravens for this up coming holiday season. >> reporter: the need is up, donations are down. some of the nati
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